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Compost is organic material that can be used as a soil amendment or as a medium to grow plants.
Paper and paperboard products represent the largest portion of our municipal waste stream (e.g., trash).
Everything you could possibly want to know about recycling — all in one place.
Planning is particularly important to ensure the success of a recycling program at a special event.
Everyone, especially consumers, plays a role in the recycled materials loop.
You know what’s even better than recycling? Reducing the amount of waste you produce and reusing all that you can.
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